Financial Aid

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Or send us an email at finaid@redwoods.edu

Eureka
Student Services Building
Mon.-Thurs.9am-4pm;
Fri.11am-3pm
707.476.4182
Please use the eForms platform to submit forms to the financial aid office.

Del Norte
Mon.-Fri. 8am-5pm
By appointment. 707.465.2300 Forms can be turned in at the drop-box located in the Counseling area.

Klamath-Trinity
Mon.-Fri. 8am-6pm
Appointments encouraged.
530.625.4821

Receiving Your Aid 

The Business Office at CR is responsible for billing charges to your student account, such as tuition, fees, and housing/meal plans (if applicable). If the bill is greater than the amount of financial aid that is applied to your account, you must pay the difference. There are several ways to pay your bill.

Receiving Financial Aid Refunds

If your financial aid is more than the total of your charges, you may be eligible for a refund to pay other expenses such as books and supplies. College of the Redwoods has partnered with BankMobile to manage these refunds. In order to expedite the receipt of your refund, we recommend setting up a refund preference at  RefundSelection.com where you can elect to have your refunds direct deposited into your already established bank account, or by setting up a new bank account with BankMobile.

 For more details about financial aid refunds, including estimated disbursement dates, review our Disbursement Information. 

Disbursement Information for 2018-2019 

Disbursement information for 2019-2020

 

To view our required disclosures and contract with BankMobile, a Division of Customer Bank, click here.

 

Paying your Bill

The Business Office at CR is responsible for billing charges to your student account, such as tuition, fees, and housing/meal plans (if applicable). If the bill is greater than the amount of financial aid that is applied to your account, you must pay the difference. There are several ways to pay your bill.

Please be aware of any Drop for Non-Payment dates to avoid being dropped from classes due to an unpaid balance. You may want to consider setting up a payment plan if you are expecting a financial aid disbursement after the Drop for Non-Payment date(s).

Payment Methods

Click on the sections below to review the different payment methods.

 

Students may apply for a California Community College Promise Grant (formerly known as the Board of Governor's Fee Waiver), which can waive the majority of the registration fees. If a student is awarded a California Community College Promise Grant (formerly known as the Board of Governor's Fee Waiver) prior to registration, then the portion of fees that are covered by the California Community College Promise Grant (formerly known as the Board of Governor's Fee Waiver) will be waived at the time of registration, leaving only the uncovered portion to be paid by the student. If a student is awarded a California Community College Promise Grant (formerly known as the Board of Governor's Fee Waiver) after they register for classes, it can take up to a week for the waiver to apply to the student account.

If you owe money to the college (dorm fees, tuition, health or activity fees, etc.) all funds will be applied to that debt first. The remaining balance, if any, will be disbursed to you as a financial aid refund.

Login to your WebAdvisor account to make an online payment or to set up a payment plan.

If you need to setup a payment plan you can do so at: mycollegepaymentplan.com/cor